Teaching computers to read

Internet scale
In all languages
Any concept and emotion
HOW PEOPLE TALK ABOUT THE U.S. PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES RIGHT NOW
Sources: NEWS MEDIA AND SOCIAL MEDIA IN ENGLISH
INSTANT THEMATIC ONE-PAGE SUMMARY OF MAIN DISCUSSIONS
How people in Sweden feel about refugees
Sources: News Media and Social Media in Swedish
What people think about Sweden in russian
Sources: News Media and Social Media in Russian

The Gavagai Analytics Suite

Gavagai Monitor

Keep track of everything that happens online with respect to your target of interest in one simple and convenient dashboard. Gavagai Monitor collects and reads everything written in all public text streams in any language and reads it all, to create executive summaries for you, giving you instant insights into what is going on.

  • Self signup with easy target creation
  • Collect millions of sources into one dashboard
  • "Pay as you go" - no lock-in!
  • Available in all languages

Gavagai Explorer

No need to avoid open text answers anymore - coding them just became much easier! Upload your survey responses and Gavagai Explorer will identify the most salient concepts and cluster the texts for you. You will be able to navigate through the responses, recluster, combine concepts, and find your insights in a fraction of the time previous coding schemes would afford. Save days or weeks of manual hard work using Gavagai Explorer!

  • Easy Comma Separated Value file (CSV) upload or Application Programming Interface (API) Integration
  • Exporting options include Excel and PDF
  • No lock-in - pay per usage!

Gavagai API

Our text analytics engine is handily available for all techies out there! Our customers can integrate our services into their products and processes.

  • Easy integration and self signup at our developer portal
  • Use your own data or let us harvest the data for you
  • Free for non commercial use!
  • "Pay as you go"
  • Our way of giving everyone access to our core services

 

 

 

"As a market research company working with qualitative data we find Gavagai to be a game changer for our analytical work. With Gavagai, we are able to automate much of the analytical work that was previously done manually through hand coding of the data. Because of this we can collect larger quantitative volumes of qualitative data and still complete the analytical work in a timely and efficient manner"
Anders Bengtsson
Protobrand
"Our aim is to become the most modern way to search business information. We search and analyse the internet to save your time. Our analysis engine gets big help from Leiki, Gavagai and AlchemyAPI"
Underhood

LATEST BLOG POSTS

2016-05-23

What is an efficient way to analyze answers to open-ended survey questions using language technology?

There are challenges to analyzing free-text answers. In the following discussion I will assume that the purpose of the analysis is to achieve an understanding of the themes being discussed and the relative strengths of these themes as well as to get accurate quantification of the numbers of respondents and percentages for each theme. Knowing about multiword expressions. Important concepts in text often consist of more than one word,  for example: “San Francisco”, “no-fly zone”, “give me five”, or “kick the bucket”. An automated tool for analysis of answers to open-ended survey questions needs to understand such multiword expressions or the…

2016-04-12

Poor Panama – The Central American state’s name is heavily associated with the events at Mossack Fonseca

Poor Panama. Since the investigation around the Panama Papers was made public earlier this month, mentions of the Republic of Panama in online media has been heavily associated with negative connotations such as “tax evasions”, and “shell companies”, and “leaked documents”. Although more intended as a way of inspecting the state of the semantic memories, the Gavagai Living Lexicon can also serve as a probe into the state-of-mind of the online media. As illustrated in the screenshot of the Lexicon below, “Panama” has, as of this writing, an unfortunate relation to “Mossack Fonseca” (click the image for a larger version). How will…

2016-04-11

Making sense of 14793 answers to the question: “What do you most wish for the coming year?”

In order to better understand their customers’ thoughts and wishes for the coming year, AMF – a limited liability life insurance company that is owned equally by the Swedish Trade Union Confederation (LO) and the Confederation of Swedish Enterprise (Svenskt Näringsliv) – sent out a survey to more than 100 000 senior citizens. The survey included the open-ended question: What do you most wish for the coming year? Read the case study on how Gavagai Explorer was used to make sense of the 14793 answers to that question here.

2016-04-07

Understanding the Whats and Whys of a Net Promoter study at scale

What concerns Detractors? What make Promoters promoters? In this case study, we use Gavagai Explorer to acquire insight into the answers of an open-ended follow-up question in a Net Promoter Score survey of the Swedish Telecom business with 2535 respondents. Net Promoter Score (NPS) is a metric for measuring the loyalty of a company’s customers based on their feedback. NPS is widely used across all kinds of industries, for instance in the travel and hotel business, software services, and telecommunications. Typically, NPS surveys are conducted continuously, so as to assess the performance of an organization over time. Each survey may…

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